"Gil Rose conducted with admirable command."

- THE NEW YORK TIMES

Acknowledged for his “sense of style and sophistication” by Opera News, noted as “an amazingly versatile conductor” by The Boston Globe, praised for conducting with “admiral command” by The New York Times, and KUSC calls him “one of the most adventurous conductors in the world today”. Gil Rose is a musician helping to shape the future of classical music. Over the past two decades, Mr. Rose has built a reputation as one of the country’s most inventive and versatile conductors before the public.

His dynamic performances on both the symphonic and operatic stages as well as over 100 recordings have garnered international critical praise.

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December 6, 2022

The MA 30 Professionals of the Year: The Resilient Warriors

Gil Rose Listed as one of Musical America's Top 2022 Professionals for his work with BMOP & BMOP/Sound

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February 25, 2023

Odyssey Opera presents "Awakenings"

By Tobias Picker
(East Coast Premiere)

HUNTINGTON AVENUE THEATRE in Boston, MA
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“Gil Rose conducts a performance of arresting character, finesse and instrumental prowess..”

Donald Rosenberg, Gramophone

“...sculpted with conductor Gil Rose’s characteristic verve and clarity.”

Kevin Lowenthal, The Boston Globe

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December 3, 2022
[BMOP, X] recording is fantastic. It is just tremendous... It was a fabulous cast and I couldn’t be happier with the result.

– Anthony Davis on Rob Shepherd's Post Genre Interview on X, The Life and Times of Malcolm X, December 2022.

November 30, 2022
... this new recording with Odyssey Opera and Boston Modern Orchestra Project led by Gil Rose, is a little weightier, benefits from a tighter libretto, and is generally more involving.

– Clive Paget, Musical America on X, The Life and Times of Malcolm X, November 2022

November 26, 2022
"Leave it to Gil Rose, Boston Modern Orchestra Project and Odyssey Opera to present one of the most important operas of the last decade."

– Susan Hall, Berkshire Fine Arts on John Corigliano's Lord of Cries, 2022.